Microphones and miking techniques

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Microphones are transducers capable of transforming acoustic energy into electric energy. In particular atmospheric pressure variations are converted into voltage variations and therefore into an electric current. In this section we will take a look at various microphones and their usages.

There are different kinds of technologies for the production of microphones which gives us a vast array of solutions depending on the context we are operating in. There are microphones that are more sensitive than others, microphones with different directionalities, and above all let's keep in mind that every microphone has its own specific timbre which characterizes it and makes it unique. In common practice, a series of standard microphones are used as a kind of reference for sound engineers. We could cite some of them but technology moves fast. This course stands! Experience broadens our horizons and helps us to choose the right microphone for each working context. Let's begin by taking a look at the various ways in which microphones are created.








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